Another profitable window for Jorge Mendes, the ‘gatekeeper’ of Portugal | Football

The doors of Club Alfândega remain open, even if one of its former owners has moved on to a bigger stage. Situated in downtown Caminha on Portugal’s border with northern Spain, the nightclub’s establishment in 1989 was inspired by a trip to Ibiza the previous summer.

“What we did was create an innovative space and a new way of exploring the night by inviting public figures, television people and models to be at the door, in the bars and liven up the disco,” said one of its founders Morais Vieira in an interview with a local newspaper in 2014.

It was on one such night at Club…

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